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B0T0X POST CARE

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B0T0X POST CARE It is best to try to exercise your treatment muscles for 1 – 2 hours after treatment (e.g. practice frowning, raising your eyebrows, and squinting). This helps to work B0T0X into your muscles. Stay in the vertical position for 4 hours following injection. DO NOT “rest your head” or lie down; sit upright. You may apply an ice or cold gel pack to the area(s) treated (avoiding pressure) as this helps reduce… Read More »B0T0X POST CARE

PLATELET-RICH PLASMA POST CARE

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PLATELET-RICH PLASMA POST CARE What to expect After Treatment: Immediately following the procedure, the most commonly reported temporary side effects are redness, swelling, bruising, tenderness, tingling, numbness, lumpiness, and/or feeling a pressure or fullness at the injection sites and/or in the treated area(s). Cold gel packs/ice may be gently applied immediately after treatment to reduce swelling. To Avoid Bruising: Avoid alcohol consumption for a minimum of 6 hours and refrain from taking blood thinners such… Read More »PLATELET-RICH PLASMA POST CARE

LASER HAIR REMOVAL Pre-TREATMENT CARE

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Laser Hair Removal Pre Treatment Care Stay out of the sun and avoid sun exposure for at least 1 month before your laser treatment. Use a sunscreen with a 50+ protection factor when outdoors. Do not use self-tans, spray tans or solariums for at least one month before your treatment. Any colour change to your skin can affect the safety and results of your laser hair removal treatment. If you do have a tan, your… Read More »LASER HAIR REMOVAL Pre-TREATMENT CARE

ONDA Pre and Post Care

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ONDA Pre and Post Care Pre Treatment Avoid direct sun exposure to the treatment area 7 days before the treatment. Given the high degree of absorption of microwaves by water, it is recommended to suspend the use of moisturizing and softening creams in the area to be treated at 48 hours before the session with Onda. In this way it is avoided to have a greater absorption of the Coolwaves™ in the superficial layers of… Read More »ONDA Pre and Post Care